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Sword-Sworn

By: Jennifer Roberson
Narrated by: Stephen Bel Davies
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Legendary fighters and fugitives from both the North and the South, Tiger and Del continue their quest to uncover the mysteries of Tiger's origins and discover that he is heir to a powerful magic that could hold the key to his ultimate fate.

©2002 Jennifer Roberson (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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I really like the Tiger and Dell series. Now that tiger and Dell are back in the south, every sore dancer in the south wants to kill tiger. Now the tiger is back in the cells. He is having visions of a dead woman that wants him to find her. In this book, tiger, learns more about his parents, and the fact that he may have a child. In this book, he finally decides to settle down in one spot which I thought was surprising. The bickering between Tiger and Dell in this book has been toned down a lot.